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AIM Secures Clariden Bank For Ref Data Interfaces…

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AIM Software has secured another client in Clariden Bank for its reference data management platform Gain DataDesktop. At Clariden, the software is being used to integrate financial data from Telekurs Financial’s Valor Datafeed (VDF) and Bloomberg’s Data License into the banking application Avaloq. Michael Hochstrasser, vice president at Clariden Bank says, “By consolidating the data feeds and centralising the data management process, we plan to realise significant improvements in operational efficiencies.” The bank will expand use of Gain for management of corporate actions data by integrating the data into AIM Software’s corporate actions diary system and is reported daily.

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